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Supernanny: The Way of the Gulag

Written by Anthony One of the best examples highlighting Aryanist complaints about childcare is the TV series, Supernanny, in which families with children who have ‘behavioural problems’ use the services of the ‘Supernanny’ to bring their children into line. Note … Continue reading

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The Thing: Parasite of Worlds

John Carpenter’s The Thing is one of the best films ever made about an intrusive and subversive force. While the film’s overt theme is a visceral and biological subversion akin to a virus, there are also profound metaphorical elements and … Continue reading

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Village of the Damned: Original Evil

One of the key, and most positive, concepts of Aryan philosophy is “Original Nobility” – the idea that the initial condition of all sentient life is noble (against the exploitation others), but this is then lost over time in the … Continue reading

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THX 1138: Prisoner of Technocracy

The concept of humans versus machines is an interesting topic that is getting more and more relevant each coming year. People’s desire to create complex and capable machines has lead to some great pluses in our civilization; the expanse that … Continue reading

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The Weird World of ZC Censorship

ZC censorship has a relatively simple objective: “serve Zionist interests.” However, they often go about it in an absurd way, especially when it comes to with the National Socialism in fiction. Here is a case in point. Bionic Commando was … Continue reading

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Saw: Selfishness & Self-Destruction

“I know people who read interminably, book after book, from page to page, and yet I should not call them ‘well-read people.’ Of course they ‘know’ an immense amount; but their brain seems incapable of assorting and classifying the material, … Continue reading

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Die Hard: Satire of the False Dichotomy

There is an interesting notion that can be extracted from the first and third movies in the Die Hard series. Those particular entries had the same director, related villains, and similar plots, thus it seems that the subtly conveyed idea … Continue reading

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